Midwest Real Estate News recently inducted St. Louis partner, Crystal Kennedy, into the 2017 Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. Crystal joins an elite group of commercial real estate professionals from across the Midwest recognized by the publication for their outstanding contributions to the commercial real estate industry through their expertise, hard work, and dedication to customer service. This honor recognizes Crystal’s dedication to her clients and leadership in the commercial real estate industry over her 30-year career as an environmental attorney at Thompson Coburn.
Crystal is quoted in the publication as follows: “As an environmental lawyer, I enjoy helping clients turn contaminated property into vibrant, healthy places to work or live. I love driving by properties that used to be an eyesore, and seeing them and the surrounding area teeming with people and activity.”
In addition to her environmental law practice, Crystal has been and is involved in many business and civic organizations including Commercial Real Estate Women of St. Louis (CREW-St. Louis), the Missouri Growth Association, The American Heart Association and Safe Connections. She has also received numerous professional recognitions, including listings in The Best Lawyers in America (by BL Rankings) in 2018 for Environmental Law and in Chambers USA (by Chambers & Partners) for Environmental Law -St. Louis in 2018.
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